In moments where your PC running really slow or any Program just don’t respond - what will you do?  A quick and easy solution is to open  'Task Manager' by Pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete  and find which Program/Process is dead or not responding and terminate that process[...]. Granted, Microsoft has expanded the Task Manager somewhat and given more information, but it’s still lacking. Don’t you feel so ?


Ever wondered which program has a particular file or directory open?
Now you can find out, Go beyond the built-in tool and for more in depth information and control try Process Explorer.
And it makes the job a lot easier. Process Explorer is a great app from Microsoft that has been around since at least Windows XP. In a nutshell, it’s a much more robust and informative version of the standard Task Manager that comes with Windows This freeware utility displays running processes in an intuitive tree format that includes not only process names, but also program icons and other data, such as description, image, and processor time.
It also can identify the process for a given application window or look up a process name in Google--a handy way to spot spyware.
To get this you need to download the latest version of Process free from
Microsoft's Site ( Link )
Unzip the zip file and install it on your system.
You can also replace the default Task Manager with Process explorer by clicking on Option > Replace Task Manager
And it will open immediately on pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete
On Windows7

By default Pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete on windows7 will lead to a task page and then you need to chose Task Manager to open Process Explorer
There is a easy way to open process directly on Windows7 (Works on Windows XP also)
Just Try pressing Ctrl+Shift+Esc
Hope this tip will be useful to you . Do post your valuable comments bellow

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  1. Process Explorer is a very useful utility i have switch Task Manager with It and now i can just look up a process name in Google with in it. Very handy.

  2. Thanks for some good points there @ab91b98a6a7fd0fad8607c6338f25d6e:disqus

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